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Flight of the Godkin Griffin by M.C.A. Hogarth

Being the Adventures of Angharad Godkin of the Sunblood Cliffs

The journal of the griffin, Angharad Godkin: it was her plan to retire peaceably from the army when her sovereign, the Godson, sends her to a barely pacificed province, there to replace its unloved governor. But the journey to Shraeven’s capital may make a traitor, heretic and messiah out of her, if she’s not careful . . .  . . .

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Fooled by Nina Santucci

The kingdom needed a hero. They weren't expecting the Royal Fool.

FOOLED is the tale of a mischievous Royal Fool named Marco. Though he is lucky to have a job with the Crown Prince of Valona, Marco wishes he could be seen as more than just a joke, especially by the beautiful Princess Lucia. So when Prince Leo is captured by an evil sorcerer, the Fool sets off on a . . .

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Do It Yourself by BG Hilton

The South Hertling Chronicles

Somewhere in the depths of Australian suburbia, a battle looms that could shake the very foundations of the universe as the Handy Pavilion drifts towards open warfare against its rivals in the DIY Barn. Join the eccentric Pavilion employees as they live . . . learn . . . mangle the very nature of causality . . . and love. A fantasy/comedy/soap-opera featuring superheroes, ghosts, scifi, Greek gods, romance, giant . . .

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The Blue Mage Raised by Dragons by Virlyce

Inspired by blue mages from Final Fantasy. Blue mages learn skills from beasts. This is the story of one fortunate enough to be taken in by dragons. . . .

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Addergoole: Year 9 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

How far down does the rabbit-hole go?

The new students to the Addergoole School knew it wasn’t going to be an ordinary boarding school from the start: it was in the middle of nowhere, and nobody’s parents were telling them anything. When it turned out to be in a bunker, hidden under an old barn in a cornfield, some of them started to think that this was . . .

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The Slayer and the Sphinx by Adam Bolander

What if every magical creature you’d ever heard of was real, driven into hiding by an army of violent zealots? This is reality for Sarah Heisen and Porter Collins. Sarah is a sphinx living a life of luxury in her family’s mansion. Hidden from all danger, but shut off from the world, she wants nothing more than to escape. Porter . . .

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Juryokine by Adam Bolander

For three months, Gravity Storms have been tearing Yasmik apart and neither the humans nor their winged neighbors, the Sorakines, are safe from them. One hotheaded young Sorakine named Zashiel is convinced that the Storms are being caused deliberately, but she’s unable to find evidence to back up her claims. She chooses Toke, a budding inventor studying under the most . . .

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The Star and the Ocean by Maggie Derrick

May is an outsider seeking redemption on her island home. Em is an alluring stranger with an incredible secret. When May discovers Em washed up on the beach, it sets in motion the unraveling of everything she thought she wanted. But as Em’s past starts to catch up with her, May finds herself facing a difficult choice: . . .

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The Rat Messiah by Adam C. Richardson

Who knew the end times would be this much fun?

A cataclysmic event tears the fabric of reality apart. But the world doesn’t end as all the prophets predicted. Instead, it gets a whole lot stranger. In a bizarre landscape of mishmash realities, Eddie, Ruby, and a handful of their friends seek to understand what became of the Earth they once knew. They hear rumors of one who will . . .

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Ra by Sam Hughes

Magic is real. It's what's next after electricity.

Magic is real. Discovered in the 1970s, magic is now a bona fide field of engineering. There’s magic in heavy industry and magic in your home. It’s what’s next after electricity. Student mage Laura Ferno has designs on the future: her mother died trying to reach space using magic, and Laura wants to succeed where she failed. But . . .

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Nala’s Story by Mark Gardner

We all know Nala, is the associate of the Champion Standing, Shui, but why is she always at Shui’s side? How does a Nubian end up so revered in the Han Dynasty? . . .

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Dreigiau by Aywren Sojourner

AsaHi sets out to disprove the existence of the legendary Dragon Patron, Zemi Dreigiau. However, Zemi is more real than she ever imagined. When AsaHi unknowingly opens a gateway to the Arweinydd realms, she becomes tangled in a battle between the ancient forces that threaten even the Dreigiau. The secrets hidden within AsaHi can help the Dragon Patron, but . . .

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JHERED OF KIREA: THE RIDER IN BLACK

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By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Oct 9, 2013: Jhered of Kirea is a by-the-numbers swords and sorcery fantasy. In fact, the plot manages to hit such a huge number of standard plot devices that it’s hard to name them all. Jhered is a man with a background that he’s striven to keep mysterious, but he’s a former noble who starts opposing an evil lord of the empire he came from and thereby gains followers (hello, Robin Hood!). There’s a prophecy that Jhered is destined to bring down said evil empire ( . . . too many stories to count). He also seems [more . . .]

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BEASTS OF NEW YORK

Definitely worth the read.

By Kitty, member

Aug 18, 2008: My first impression of Beasts of New York was that it was a sort of fun, light read, a little uneven in quality, but definitely readable.

It hooked my attention right away, since I read up to chapter 21 before pausing for a break. However, the story just gets better and better the further you read on. There are thrills, chills, battles, monsters, danger and heroism and non-stop action! There is also more than a little blood and guts, so you [more . . .]

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